Scotland’s first Mak Halal burger restaurant to open in Glasgow

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Scotland’s first Mak Halal hamburger restaurant is set to open in Glasgow in the coming months.

Described as ‘the UK’s fastest growing halal burger chain’, Mak Halal is expanding across the country with 10 new stores by spring 2022.

The Mak Halal menu offers a wide variety of flame grilled burgers made with 100% beef, as well as pizza, paninis and vegan options.

The location of Glasgow’s new food spot has yet to be revealed.

The owners behind the restaurant say: “Since launching in 2016, Mak Halal has opened four branches in Birmingham and this year new restaurants in Walsall and Bradford.

“The expansion to London and Nottingham will take place in the coming months.



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“Next year Mak Halal will take his first steps outside England with sites in Glasgow and Cardiff.

“Mak Halal’s great achievement is based on attention to detail combined with a dedication to customer satisfaction. The company’s motto is ‘Come hungry, leave happy’.

“Mak Halal’s mouth-watering menu offers foodies a wide variety of flame-grilled burgers using 100% premium beef, cooked to perfection.

“It also includes a wide range of pizzas and paninis as well as vegan options to ensure there is something for everyone.”

A spokesperson for Mak Halal said, “We couldn’t be more pleased with the growth of our brand over the past year. Our last openings have seen a strong participation and the first feedback has been very positive.

“The fact that we have been able to move from a local Birmingham restaurant to preparing to expand to Wales and Scotland tells us that there is a demand for the authentic taste of Halal in the UK.”

To learn more, you can visit the Mak Halal website here.


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